Since its independence in 1810, Argentina became one of the most powerful economic systems as its remarkably strong middle class makes it stand out among its neighbors, but it was also a crucial period when its culture flourished through art and photography in different movements and eras.
As one of the homes of avant-garde trends, this exhibition divides itself into four as it emphasizes the historical moments of aesthetics in which photography played its crucial role.
There will be a rare viewing of 19th-century albums and photographs, commercial portraits in contrast to contemporary artists such as Gustavo Di Mario, whose 2005 Carnaval series explores the rural interior of Argentina as the dichotomy between European and the native continue throughout the capital and the provinces.
Best known for his documentation of the Great Depression, photojournalist Walker Evans was 70 when he first picked up an instant camera. It’s never too late to master a new skill! Follow in his footsteps with the intuitive Lomo’Instant Square.
We entrusted photographer Marta Bevacqua with our Lomo'Instant Square camera to capture her trip to the Svalbard islands. She takes us to an archipelago she always dreamed about and tells us about this unique experience...
For the fifth time Marfa Myths is celebrating music, visual arts and film in Marfa, Texas. The Festival runs from April 12-15 and we have some exclusive Guest List spots for Saturday's show to give to a lucky winner.
We gave our Simple Use Film Camera to the photographer Nicolas Kuttler: a perfect symbiosis of his spontaneous photography, influenced by the 90's and these 35mm pre-loaded analogue cameras. Nicolas tells us about his photographic practice and the importance of analogue in his work.